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All lanes of westbound Interstate 64 are open hours after a tractor trailer caught fire.
Just before 6 AM a tandem tractor trailer caught fire on the shoulder of the road. The fire did not spread beyond the trailer, but crews are exercising caution because the second trailer contains hazardous materials. Fox 2 reports the material has the potential to cause an explosion. Drivers were backed up for miles while crews worked to extinguish the fire.
MoDOT is planning to close westbound I-70 between the Poplar Street Bridge and Pine Street from 8 p.m. Saturday until noon on Sunday. One lane of eastbound I-70 and the Eads Bridge will also be closed for that time and eastbound 70 could close for 15-minutes at a time during the work. Its all part of the Park Over the Highway project linking the Arch grounds with downtown.]]>
The St. Louis Fire Department was on the scene of a fire at the downtown St. Louis Post Office.
The department's public information officer says 22 patients were evaluated after showing symptoms of minor smoke inhalation.
No word on the extent of the damage or cause of the fire.]]>
Fire fighters will be on the scene through much of the night after a 4-alarm fire destroyed most of a warehouse in downtown St. Louis.
A spokesman for the fire department says the fire has been contained, but crews will remain on site to cool off any hot spots. The blaze began around 11:30 this morning at the Servco warehouse just south of the Poplar Street Bridge. Everyone in the building was able to evacuate safely. The fire sent plumes of smoke into the air that could be seen for miles. The top two floors of the building collapsed. At the height of the blaze more than 80 firefighters were on scene.
No word on what caused the fire.
A man is dead after a house fire in Edwardsville, now investigators are working to figure out how the fire started.
Emergency crews responded to the home in the 9-thousand block of Pin Oak Road, just east of I-55 around 5 a.m. Thursday.
First responders found the man's body in the upstairs bedroom.
The coroner's office tells KTRS News that multiple agencies are looking into the blaze but they don't think the fire is suspicious.
The man's name is being withheld pending family notification.
A beloved south city business will reopen this morning after fire forced it to close early Sunday.
Employees at the Ted Drewes Frozen Custard stand on Chippewa called firefighters about 1:00 p.m. after smelling smoke. Fire crews discovered a small electrical fire that apparently started in the attic. It was quickly extinguished.
The iconic building sustained smoke and water damage. Crews spent the rest of the day Sunday cleaning up the mess and company officials say it will reopen at 11 a.m. Monday.]]>